Karin Wolf, who oversees the City of Madison’s arts grant programs as an arts administrator, wrote in the latest issue of Our Lives Magazine about the tension between rigid city rules and the unsanctioned spontaneity of street art. Wolf’s story also previews the Momentum Urban Arts Fest, taking place August 24 and organized by Momentum […]
An obelisk recently installed on the shore of Marshall Park honors the life of Wisconsin native Mildred Fish-Harnack. The sculpture is located at the site where Harnack, a part of the German Resistance during World War II, spent some of her more peaceful years with her husband Arvid while attending UW-Madison. Harnack was executed in […]
This month brings two music events that are supported with public funds from the City of Madison. The first, coming up June 15 through 18, is the inaugural Between The Waves music conference and festival (previously announced under the name Madison Songwriter Conference and Festival), and the second is the annual Make Music Madison event […]
To catch glimpses of the genius of Madison folk artist Sid Boyum, one needs only to peek into the quiet corners of the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood with an eye out for the whimsical. The concrete sculptures are instantly recognizable as belonging to the broad legacy Boyum’s work has built up over the decades. But that legacy […]
More from Madison’s Blink Grant program. Anders Zanichkowsky, Elsa Noterman, Karin Wolf are going to help us”Map Madison’s Racial Geographies.”
Print artist Tyanna Buie takes over part of State Street.